Shortly before World War II, a disillusioned journalist finds that the mystery woman he has been pursuing is a Nazi spy.
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 Desmond Thane (3 episodes, 1990)
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 Foster (3 episodes, 1990)
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 Marcus (3 episodes, 1990)
Jo Ross ...
 Woman Neighbour (3 episodes, 1990)
Suzanna Hamilton ...
 Anna Raven (2 episodes, 1990)
Ingrid Lacey ...
 Sarah (2 episodes, 1990)
Paul Casselle ...
 PC at Hospital / ... (2 episodes, 1990)
Robin Miller ...
 Party Guest (2 episodes, 1990)
Louise Ashbourne ...
 Sally (2 episodes, 1990)
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 Poole (2 episodes, 1990)
David Becalick ...
 Wellman (2 episodes, 1990)
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 Luke (2 episodes, 1990)
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Shortly before World War II, a disillusioned journalist finds that the mystery woman he has been pursuing is a Nazi spy.

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A Step too Far
12 April 2001 | by (Melbourne, Australia) – See all my reviews

The kindest thing I can say about `Never Come Back' is that it must be intended as homage to `The Thirty-nine Steps'. With its dashing leading man never more than half a step ahead of a suave but ruthless villain (a well-cast James Fox) in an exciting pursuit across England with a beautiful blonde so skeptical of our hero's innocence, and a baffling `maguffin' I was reminded at every cut and turn of John Buchan's classic Boy's Own Adventure novel.

Because Timothy Bateson is a handsome hero and the pace never slackens I intended to recommend you to see this if you haven't seen `The Thirty-nine Steps'. But instead I have to say that if you've never seen Hitchcock's classic from 1935 do so at the first opportunity. You have a treat in store!

Footnote: Interesting to see Martin Clunes, well-known British comedian from the hit TV series `Men Behaving Badly' in an early, straight role.


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